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Robert Downey, Jr.
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Image by Gage Skidmore
Robert Downey, Jr. speaking at the 2014 San Diego Comic Con International, for "Avengers: Age of Ultron", at the San Diego Convention Center in San Diego, California.

Please attribute to Gage Skidmore if used elsewhere.

Avengers: Editors & Robotitude
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Image by blprnt_van
A plot of all of the editors of the Avengers from 1963-2011 and the relative number of their characters who were robots (or cyborgs).

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Jer Thorp is an artist and educator from Vancouver, Canada, currently living in New York. Coming from a background in genetics, his digital art practice explores the many-folded boundaries between science, data, art, and culture. Recently, his work has been featured by The Guardian, Scientific American, The New Yorker, and Popular Science.

He is currently Data Artist in Residence at the New York Times, and is an adjunct Professor in New York University’s ITP program.

The Robots
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Image by blprnt_van
Every appearance in the Avengers by team members who are Robots (or Androids?).

First appearances are marked by the spheres outside of the ring.

Cool Doctor Strange images

A few nice doctor strange images I found:

Day 289 +261/366 AND Day 2116: Judy with Dr. Eanes after Left Eye Surgery
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Image by Old Shoe Woman
On Monday, September 17, 2012; Dr. Eanes removed the lens from my left eye and implanted a ReSTOR lens. Like many other patients, my brain remembered the circumstances from last Monday, and I woke up while he was doing the surgery. I felt no pain, but I could see the lights above and hear everyone talking in the OR. Unlike the first surgery, I was awake enough to move from the table to lounge chair for recovery. Like the other day, I drank some apple juice, got dressed, walked to the RR across the hall, and saw Dr. Eanes. We drove to his office, picked up a tray of food, and ate breakfast at Denny’s before Jim drove me back home.

Dr. Eanes says that I experienced what he calls "Second Eye Syndrome." He would like for a medical student to study this phenomenon. The patient stays asleep with the anesthesia during the surgery of the first eye. Using the same medicines, the brain seems to remember the circumstances and "wakes up" during the surgery on the second eye. There is no pain, but I could see through a blue covering on my face; see the lights on the ceiling, hear whirring noises of equipment, and hear the nurses conversing with Dr. Eanes. The doctor seemed to realize that I was awake because he spoke directly to me, "I’m going to move your head down." It was not a horrible situation….just strange. I can still hear the music that was playing in the OR before they started my IV with the sedative, a piano playing "The Old Rugged Cross." I almost sang along, but I didn’t want to distract the nurses. 😀

Jim was my human tripod. And….remember that Dr. Eanes was Jim’s Chemistry student years ago!
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Cool Wonder Women images

A few nice wonder women images I found:

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Image by ohnochriso
Coming for you.

Comikaze 2014
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Image by V Threepio
Yellow Watermark = unedited
White Watermark = edited
Ping me if you’d like an edit, I will be happy to do so when I find the time! These photos have an attribution no derivatives license, be sure to link back to me if you’d like to share on another site! Thanks!

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Unknown boy and young woman, dated 1909
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Image by whatsthatpicture
Another discovery from The Hague. Lovely relaxed and quite intimate portrait, and she is a real beauty.

On the reverse (see below) it appears to say:
"Dear Dam(?)
I am sending you a photo of my boy – always yours …" and then I can’t make out the name, but I am wondering if it is along the lines of "Con S Ray". The S could be superscript. Possibly Constance? The date, 18 February 1909, is in another hand, and looks continental in style, so I am wondering if this was sent to Holland, and that’s how it ended up in a shop in The Hague over 100 years later? If that is so then it would have been the date that it was received, but it still suggests a date for the image of some time in 1909.